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Turning the Tide: How to Rescue Transatlantic Relations

Turning the Tide: How to Rescue Transatlantic Relations
Turning the Tide: How to Rescue Transatlantic Relations


The Polar Institute is pleased to support a new book by the EU Institute for Security Studies, Turning the Tide: How to Rescue Transatlantic Relations. Polar Institute Global Fellow Katarina Kertysova pens the chapter, "Climate change in transatlantic relations: Prospects for bridging the EU-US climate divide."


Katarina Kertysova

Katarina Kertysova

Global Fellow;
Policy Fellow, European Leadership Network (ELN)

Katarina Kertysova is a policy fellow with the European Leadership Network (ELN) in London and a former George F. Kennan Fellow at the Kennan Institute of the Wilson Center.

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